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  1. "Independence from COVID" probably would have...

    "Independence from COVID" probably would have been achieved, had people all received their vaccinations, worn masks, not crowded together, etc., as they should have. The prediction that the threat...
  2. Some one will surely at least consider posting...

    Some one will surely at least consider posting this cover, so I may as well go ahead and be "that guy".

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  3. It's not necessary to conduct a clinical...

    It's not necessary to conduct a clinical diagnosis of dementia to notice that someone is in decline. I certainly noticed it in my mother (who did in fact eventually die of dementia) years before she...
  4. WestPhillyPunisher for a cover where the river...

    WestPhillyPunisher for a cover where the river plays such an active role (and where Betty looks so outdoor-sy)
  5. Wasn't it in fact an editorial mandate at DC that...

    Wasn't it in fact an editorial mandate at DC that recap pages were prohibited, specifically because Marvel used them?
  6. He could pardon her only on Federal charges. ...

    He could pardon her only on Federal charges. There are plenty of State charges for which she could be convicted and sentenced.



    I'm pretty sure it was first detected in South Africa, so that's...
  7. It's what Gilligan said of the Professor: "He...

    It's what Gilligan said of the Professor: "He could practically build a nuclear reactor out of coconut shells, but he couldn't patch a two-foot hole in a boat."
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    Doesn't he sweat? That counts.

    Doesn't he sweat? That counts.
  9. As someone who cooked many an aluminum-foil TV...

    As someone who cooked many an aluminum-foil TV dinner during my college years, I recall that (1) the turkey was OK, but not great; (2) the Salisbury steak actually tasted pretty good; (3) the...
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    Can we please clarify: what run of Supergirl are...

    Can we please clarify: what run of Supergirl are we talking about? The Silver Age character, one of the post-crisis versions, the Kimg version, or just who? And which version of Superman does she...
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    I feel he should constantly be in a string of...

    I feel he should constantly be in a string of relationships, all of which end quite badly. That shows John being what John is.
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    I'm old, so it is perhaps not too surprising that...

    I'm old, so it is perhaps not too surprising that I have met and talked with several quite well-known people during the course of my like. For the most part it was not too different from meeting and...
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    Perhaps Zatanna can put everything right by...

    Perhaps Zatanna can put everything right by saying "Naelopan fo Emirc!"
  14. Then let's go for a two-fer! ...

    Then let's go for a two-fer!

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    Good point. After all, both of them inhabited a...

    Good point. After all, both of them inhabited a serialized universe, with illustrations. It might be more nearly a time-travel thing than an inter-dimensional thing. I blame Mr. Mxyzptlk.
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    Maybe they'll go the Future State route and have...

    Maybe they'll go the Future State route and have her live on the moon, so that they can just ignore her.
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    Isn't it Jon, not Clark, whom Kara now dislikes? ...

    Isn't it Jon, not Clark, whom Kara now dislikes? ("Hates" is maybe a bit too strong.)
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    Kirby101 for Holmes' trying to deduce what to...

    Kirby101 for Holmes' trying to deduce what to make of a comic book
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    My go-to source for learning about what comics I...

    My go-to source for learning about what comics I ought to be reading was the (weekly tabloid) Comics Buyers Guide. If they were still publishing it, I would still be subscribing to it.
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    Poor Jonathan Carroll. He never even existed...

    Poor Jonathan Carroll. He never even existed now, right? "Re-birth" actually means "Never-born" in his case, I suppose.
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    "Meek and Mild Mannered" Clark Kent, the guy who...

    "Meek and Mild Mannered" Clark Kent, the guy who slouches and tries not to attract attention, is a deliberate disguise. Clark Kent, the kind and generous yet assertive reporter who acts boldly to...
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    Maybe he keeps a mini-Convergence Dome in his...

    Maybe he keeps a mini-Convergence Dome in his bedroom.
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    Shalla Bal, because I used to read the Friday...

    Shalla Bal, because I used to read the Friday Foster strip in the Sunday funny pages and I didn't remember it had this comic book version
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    Poll: I thought it was called the flip? Anyway, as you...

    I thought it was called the flip? Anyway, as you say it was pretty common in that era, as typified (and perhaps inspired?) by Mary Tyler Moore's role of "Laura Petrie" on The Dick Van Dyke Show.
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